Henkel’s high impact solutions for PSA labels

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Henkel will present its solutions for the label, tape, graphic and pharmaceutical industries at Labelexpo Europe that will take place from 25-28 September in Brussels. The company will talk about its solutions such as Loctite, Technomelt and Aquence. Henkel will be present in Hall 6, Stand B20.

Within its Aquence range, Henkel now has APEO-free adhesives on offer that, at the same time, meet the customers’ highest performance requirements. These water-based adhesives have water whitening performance for clear on clear labels, with thorough, seven day testing show a whitening four times lower than that of the next best competitor product.

In order to provide its customers with PSA that do not contain mineral oil components in their formulation, Henkel is presenting several new general purpose PSA at Labelexpo. Technomelt PS 3212 is a pressure sensitive adhesive created for permanent labels with a very good performance on cardboard and well-balanced adhesion and converting properties. It shares its excellent cutting properties – and of course food compliance – with Technomelt PS 3007, which is also suitable for Thermo-linerless label applications.

Henkel will also be highlighting another food safe Technomelt adhesive that can be used for chilled, semi-freeze and deep freeze applications: Technomelt 4585 is a real PSA specialty which can be applied at very low temperature with a high initial tack.

On presentation will be Henkel’s range of adhesive solutions applicable for linerless PSA labels. Making the release liner obsolete, those adhesives reduce production process waste, lower weight and time for reel changes – and they make double-sided printing possible.



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